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to break or to shatter lesson 16 vocabulary and spelling

WordDefinitionN,V,ADJtrick to spelling
FRACTure a BREAK in a part of the body Noun FRAC/Ture
FRAGile so delicate that it could BREAK easily and can dam age easily Adjective FRAG/i/le
FRAGment an incomplete sentence a BREAK in a sentence Noun FRAG/ment
FRAGmented describes something that is BROKEN into pieces Adjective FRAG/ment/ed
FRAIL being easily BROKEN or destroyed Adjective FRA/IL
inFRACTion a BROKEN rule; violation Noun in/FRAc/Tion
reFRACT to BEND light so it looks like it is BROKEN Verb re/FRACT
suFRAGe to BREAK into an issue ; to vote Verb Su/fF/RAGE
FRACTals the type of geometry that creates BROKEN patterns out of a smaller version of a design Noun FRACT/als
FRACTion A part of a whole a BROKEN piece of something that is no longer whole Noun FRAC/Tion
Created by: supersaver25